Annual Local Sales Tax Allocation Reports
In November 2006, the voters of Arroyo Grande approved Measure O-06, which established a half-cent local sales tax to meet City needs identified in the City’s long range financial plan. The following four categories of needs were projected:
Infrastructure improvements, including the street, drainage and creek systems;
Public safety needs; and
Facility upgrades to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements.
To ensure accountability, the measure included a provision requiring the City to publish and distribute an annual report to each household on the revenues and expenditures from the sales tax proceeds.The following annual reports highlight local sales tax activity within the City of Arroyo Grande. For more information, please contact the Administrative Services Department. Most Recent Annual Report | View All Annual Reports
Learn more about Sales and Use Taxes
The State Board of Equalization collects California's state and local sales and use taxes and allocates a portion of those taxes to the City. The Local Use Tax, like the Sales Tax, helps to fund vital services in our community, as noted above. To learn more about sales and use taxes, please visit the State Board of Equalization website or view the Quick Links below.